Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings Available Friday, November 11, 2016
A Monumental Box Set featuring Every Known Recording from the Artist's Mythic and Controversial 1966 Tour of the US, UK, Europe and Australia
Highly Collectible 36CD Box Set Includes Previously Unreleased Soundboards, CBS Records Mobile Recordings and Audience Tapes Capturing Electrifying Performances and Combative Crowd Responses
Many of the Recordings on this Collection Have Never Been Circulated in Any Form
Meticulously researched, curated and restored for this extraordinary collection, Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings is drawn from three main audio sources: soundboards, CBS Records mobile recordings and audience tapes. With the exception of the Manchester concert (May 17, 1966) released as Bob Dylan Live 1966 – The Bootleg Series Vol. 4 (Columbia/Legacy) in 1998, a pair of songs appearing on the 1985 Biograph compilation and a smattering of others, the overwhelming majority of tracks and performances on Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings are previously unreleased in any format--official or bootlegged--and are being made available now for the very first time.
All the songs on The 1966 Live Recordings were written by Bob Dylan (vocal, guitar, piano, harmonica) with the sole exception of "Baby, Let Me Follow You Down," a traditional song arranged by Bob Dylan for concert performance. Dylan is accompanied on these recordings by Robbie Robertson (guitar), Rick Danko (bass, backing vocals), Richard Manuel (piano), Garth Hudson (organ) and Mickey Jones (drums). (Sandy Konikoff plays drums on the White Plains and Pittsburgh shows only.)
Liner notes for Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings have been provided by Clinton Heylin, a consultant on the project and author of JUDAS!: From Forest Hills to the Free Trade Hall: A Historical View of Dylan's Big Boo, the definitive written account of Dylan's historic and pivotal 1965-66 world tours.
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Universal Music Ireland are delighted to announce the release of ‘Orchestrated, Vol.1’ – a collection of Joe Dolan’s biggest hits re-recorded with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra. The album, set for release on October 21st, features Joe’s original vocal accompanied by the 45 piece orchestra.
This album is a side of Joe Dolan you never knew, his voice given a bigger canvas with more colours. Classics like 'You're Such a Good Looking Woman' now sound like a James Bond theme. The Burt Bacharach-penned 'The Answer to Everything' and 90’s hit 'Ciara' sound new and reinvigorated, with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra creating an exhilarating accompaniment, bringing Joe's unmistakable vocals and the well-known tracks to new heights.
One of Joe’s more recent hits, The Universal, released in the late 90’s, has finally been given the orchestral treatment it deserved. The song has undoubtedly become Joe’s own, with its creators, the UK band Blur, acknowledging this when playing to a festival crowd of over 50,000 in Ireland in 2009 dedicating it ‘to the late, great Joe Dolan’.
The album includes a duet with Ireland’s biggest country music star Nathan Carter. Nathan jumped at the chance to record 'Make Me An Island'. His vocals are shared with Joe's to create a moving, spiritual rendition of the much-loved classic. The album also features a previously unreleased recording of the old Irish song ‘Foggy Dew’ – a track Joe was working on with his nephew Adrian Dolan before his untimely death.
The RTÉ Concert Orchestra were conducted on the album by Joe Csibi who has worked with everyone from Kodaline to Sinead O'Connor and most recently headed up the team to compose, conduct, arrange and produce the orchestral sound track for RTÉ's programme "Centenary". He employed a most experienced team, and among the many seasoned players on the album is Bill Shanley, well known for his work with Ray Davies of The Kinks.
To accompany the release of ‘Orchestrated, Vol. 1’, a documentary has been commissioned based on Joe’s career and features interviews with Joe’s family, his long term manager Seamus Casey and Albert Hammond who famously co-wrote two of Joe’s hits ‘Make Me An Island’ and ‘You’re Such A Good Looking Woman’. The documentary is due to broadcast on RTE later this year.
ROBBIE WILLIAMS RELEASES HIS BRILLIANT BRAND NEW STUDIO ALBUM “HEAVY ENTERTAINMENT SHOW” ON COLUMBIA RECORDS ON NOVEMBER 4.
THE ALBUM AND DELUXE ALBUM FEATURE SONGS CO-WRITTEN WITH GUY CHAMBERS, JOHN GRANT, RUFUS WAINWRIGHT, BRANDON FLOWERS/THE KILLERS, ED SHEERAN AND STUART PRICE - AND, FROM ABOVE, SERGE GAINSBOURG AND SERGEI PROKOFIEV.
THE TITLE TRACK FROM THE RECORD “HEAVY ENTERTAINMENT SHOW” IS AVAILABLE NOW.
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The incredible ROBBIE WILLIAMS releases his brand new studio album “Heavy Entertainment Show” on Columbia Records on November 4.
The album is Robbie’s first to be released through Sony Music and follows a string of 11 UK chart-topping albums, a tally only matched by Elvis Presley. Robbie’s last solo No. 1 album “Swings Both Ways” was also the 1000th album to reach the top of the UK charts.
Robbie said –
“I was musing over the phrase ‘light entertainment’ - all the huge TV shows from when I was a kid, 30 million people watching them, this huge shared experience of these moments called light entertainment. Sometimes it can be leveled at people in a bad way, but for me that’s heavy entertainment. That’s what I’m hoping to do with this album – to have a shared experience with millions of people though the medium of light entertainment…but on steroids.”
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‘The Early Years 1965-1972’
Released: 11 November 2016
Unreleased demos, TV appearances and live footage from the Pink Floyd archives
- 6 volumes plus a bonus EXCLUSIVE ‘Extras’ package across 27 discs
- Over 20 unreleased songs including 1967’s Vegetable Man and In the Beechwoods
- Remixed and updated versions of the music from ‘Zabriskie Point’
- 7 hours of previously unreleased live audio
- 15 hours 35 mins of video including rare concert performances, interviews and 3 feature films
* 2 CD selection set ‘The Early Years – CRE/ATION’ also available *
On Purchase cheap Cialis Soft 11 November 2016, Pink Floyd will release ‘The Early Years 1965-1972’. Pink Floyd have delved into their vast music archive, back to the very start of their career, to produce a deluxe 27-disc box-set featuring 7 individual book-style packages, including never before released material.
The box set will contain TV recordings, BBC Sessions, unreleased tracks, outtakes and demos over an incredible 12 hours, 33 mins of audio (made up of 130 tracks) and over 15 hours of video. Over 20 unreleased songs including 7 hours of previously unreleased live audio, plus more than 5 hours of rare concert footage are included, along with meticulously produced 7” singles in replica sleeves, collectable memorabilia, feature films and new sound mixes. Previously unreleased tracks include 1967’s Vegetable Man and In The Beechwoods which have been newly mixed for the release.
‘The Early Years 1965-1972’ will give collectors the opportunity to hear the evolution of the band and witness their part in cultural revolutions from their earliest recordings and studio sessions to the years prior to the release of ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’, one of the biggest selling albums of all time. From the single Arnold Layne to the 20-minute epic Echoes, fans will see the invention of psychedelic progressive rock via an insightful collection that explores the Pink Floyd story from the time Roger Waters, Richard Wright, Nick Mason and Syd Barrett met at London’s Regent Street Polytechnic through to Syd’s departure and David Gilmour joining to form the iconic line up.
In addition to the deluxe set, a 2-CD highlights album ‘The Early Years – CRE/ATION’ will also be available on 11 November 2016 through Pink Floyd Records.
Each individual book-style package will be released separately early in 2017, except ‘BONUS CONTINU/ATION’ which is exclusive to this box set.
Tom Odell charted at #2 in the UK Official Chart this Summer with his album Wrong Crowd. From the critically acclaimed body of work he has shared singles including "Magnetised" and "Concrete", and now he returns with the high-octane, stadium-worthy
"Here I Am". The visual for the track, sees the legendary Kevin Spacey losing himself at a strobing house party; searching, or being chased by a mysterious something or someone. Whilst the house itself is reminiscent of past times, the haunting vocals of Tom Odell remind us of his new-found confidence and matured sound, as they follow Spacey throughout the breath-taking party.
Having recently performed a triumphant set at Glastonbury Festival, and V Festival this summer, Odell is set to take his live show across the USA, UK and Europe later this year as part of a 40-date world tour. He will play at London’s Brixton Academy for two nights in November as the final shows of the UK leg of the tour.
Tom’s new album ‘Wrong Crowd’ is out now, peaking at number 2 in the UK, and number 1 in 4 countries around the world, as well as top 10 on the iTunes charts in over 25 countries. The album’s lead single, ‘Magnetised’, has been streamed over 8 million times to date, and was added to the ‘A’ lists at both BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2.
“Here I Am” sees Tom returning to the limelight once again, with an energetic and hardhitting single that reminds us all of just how prominent he is as an artist. Showcasing a new side to his previously romantic nature; "Here I Am" illustrates a matured Tom, who speaks on the topics of heartbreak and recovery with unwavering confidence.
TOUR - NOVEMBER 2016
Tuesday 1st - Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland
Wednesday 2nd - The Limelight, Belfast, UK
Now available for pre-order, 57th & 9threpresents a wide range of Sting’s musical and songwriting styles, from the ferocious, Road Warrior-style imagery of “Petrol Head,” to the anthemic, “50,000” and the raucous, guitar-driven first single, “I Can’t Stop Thinking About You.” The album was recorded with Sting’s long-time collaborators Dominic Miller (guitar) and Vinnie Colaiuta (drums) and includes contributions from drummer Josh Freese (Nine Inch Nails, Guns n’ Roses), guitarist Lyle Workman and the San Antonio-based Tex-Mex band The Last Bandoleros. Riding a wave of inspiration, 57th & 9thcame together impulsively, with sessions completed in just a few weeks.
“It happened very quickly, very spontaneously,” he says. “My idea always is to surprise myself and the people I'm working with—and, hopefully, the listeners.”
The album, produced by Martin Kierszenbaum, takes its title from the Manhattan street corner that Sting crossed each day as he walked to the studios in Hell’s Kitchen where the recordings were done. Sting notes that if there’s a theme in the lyrics of 57th & 9th, it’s the idea of travel and motion, most apparent in the autobiographical “Heading South On The Great North Road” and in “Inshallah,” a first-person account of the global refugee crisis, written from a humanitarian point of view.
“It’s about searching and traveling, the road, that pull of the unknown.” he says. “On this album, we ended up with something that’s energetic and noisy, but also thoughtful.”